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  1. Ballinamallard 2-3 Ballymena - result
  2. Cliftonville 4-3 Bangor - result

Live Reporting

All times stated are UK


Ballinamallard 2 Ballymena 3 - so the 2014/15 League Cup final will be Ballymena v Cliftonville on 24 January.


Three minutes being added on at Ferney Park. Can Ballinamallard produce a late equaliser against Ballymena?


David Munster scores for Ballymena with three minutes to go and they lead 3-2 at Ballniamallard.


All over at Solitude - Cliftonville 4 Bangor 3


All square at Ferney Park

Ryan Campbell scores his second for Ballinamallard in the 68th minute to make it 2-2 against Ballymena.


Seven-goal thriller

But the lead doesn't last long as Darren Gibbons makes a fine save for Bangor only for the ball to go straight to

Gormley who heads in - Cliftonville 4 Bangor 3 with 15 minutes to go.


Bangor are level

Bangor substitute

Paul McDowell chips Cliftonville goalkeeper Conor Devlin to make it 3-3 at Solitude.


Tipton scores

Ballymena take a 2-1 lead at Ballinamallard through Matthew Tipton who swivels to score after the ball had come off the post.


BBC cameraman capturing the action in a downpour at Cliftonville v Bangor at Solitude
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BBC cameraman capturing the action in a downpour at Cliftonville v Bangor at Solitude

Who'd be a cameraman? The man from the BBC gets a soaking at Solitude.


Gormley strikes a beauty

Joe Gormley

scores a superb 25th goal of the season to make to Cliftonville 3 Bangor 2

Joe Gormley celebrates after making it 3-2 for Cliftonville against Bangor
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Joe Gormley celebrates after making it 3-2 for Cliftonville against Bangor


Bangor draw level

Bangor make it 2-2 in the 60th at Solitude. Not sure if substitute striker Richard Gibson got a touch - it might have been a Tomas Cosgrove own goal.


Bangor almost equalise early in the second half but Jordan Forsythe's header is cleared off the line by Martin Donnelly.


Ballymena get even

Ballymena United skipper Allan Jenkins equalises in first-half stoppage-time - 1-1 v Ballinamallard United.


Cliftonville 2 Bangor 1 at the interval at Solitude.

Bangor's substitute keeper Darren Gibbons has taken over from the injured Paul Cairnduff


Bangor score with their first shot at goal -

Barry Walsh netting for the Seasiders in the 40th minute.


It is 2-0 now to Cliftonville as

Jay Donnelly scores - and Bangor keeper Paul Cairnduff is being stretchered off with that looks like a leg injury.


Ballinamallard take the lead against Ballymena through Ryan Campbell, 1-0 at Ferney Park


David McDaid shoots

Cliftonville into a 1-0 lead against Bangor at Solitude.

A mistake by keeper Paul Cairnduff almost lands Bangor in trouble. Reds striker David McDaid goes to ground - but no penalty.


Jay Donnelly heads wide from a good position as Cliftonville dominate the early exchanges

Teams at Solitude

Cliftonville: Devlin, McGovern, Scannell, Flynn, McDaid, M. Donnelly, Catney, Winchester, Gormley, J. Donnelly, Cosgrove. Subs: Johnston, McMullan, Seydak, Murray, Mulvenna

Bangor: Cairnduff, Youle, McBurney, Wray, Nixon, Walsh, Hall, Cooling, Morrow, Boylan, Forsythe. Subs: McDowell, Gibson, Long, Melly, Gibbons.

Ferney Park line-ups

Ballinamallard United: McCusker, McMenamin, Stafford, Martin, Hutchinson, Lafferty, McCartney, Currie, Dykes, Crilly, Campbell. Subs: Murphy, Connor, Feeney, Foy, McKenna

Ballymena United: Addis, T Kane, Munster, Taylor, McBride, Gawley, Surgenor, Jenkins, Teggart, Boyce, Tipton. Subs: Nelson, Ruddy, McCullagh, Ferguson, E Kane

Ballinamallard's game against Ballymena is a 20:00 GMT kick-off at a wet Ferney Park.

Cliftonville and Bangor kick-off at Solitude 15 minutes earlier.

Same again for Reds

Cliftonville name an unchanged team after beating Institute 4-0 last Saturday. Bangor's problem will be trying to stop 24-goal striker Joe Gormley.


Ballinamallard United's meeting with Ballymena United is the main commentary game on Radio Ulster's Sportsound Special tonight.